This foot stool with tapered and rounded legs is a great project for beginner woodworkers and to do with young people, or anyone who wants to make a simple stool.
Need wider stock for a table top, panel or other project? Paul has shown various techniques that will get you where you need to be, from a basic edge jointing, to jointing thick stock and using timber dogs instead of clamps.
Breadboard-ends can be used on many projects. It allows glue-free friction joinery that is long-lasting and durable. This method can be used for cutting boards but also for table tops, counter tops, box lids and many other projects.
In this project you will learn how to make two different types of dovetail, the single dovetail and the double dovetail. You may want a few of them around to contain sandpaper, nails etc. That way you can get a lot of practice dovetailing before we get onto bigger projects.
This series paves the way for multiple table forms and styles that furniture makers make in the everyday of life. Paul Sellers designed this as a new design specifically for training. This oak coffee table incorporates many Arts and Crafts features.
In this series Paul Sellers shows how to make a group of small but increasingly complex dovetail boxes. The first is a lidless chisel tray and then goes on to adapt the skills learned to make a sliding lid box and a fitted lid box.
This project has six housing dado joints in it. These are all through housing dadoes and are used extensively for bookshelves. It’s probably the simplest of all the joints to make but no other joint type can really replace it.
This is our very first project to broadcast as an online training video. This project is a simple but beautiful shaker-style wall clock. It incorporates many easy but essential woodworking techniques, joints and tricks.